Developer Ecosystem Survey 2022: Discover Raw Data
The raw data of Developer Ecosystem Survey 2022 is now available for public access. You can now access the answers of 29,269 developers and conduct your own analysis. The raw data is accessible in two formats: csv file and a Jupyter notebook in Datalore with examples of analysis.
The State of Developer Ecosystem 2022
The State of Developer Ecosystrem 2022, the sixth annual report about the software industry that we base on the responses of almost 30,000 people.
Developer Ecosystem Survey 2021: Raw Data Available
The raw data from the 2021 Developer Ecosystem survey is available for download. It includes 30,000+ responses from developers around the world. Valuable insights and patterns that were not covered in our infographics are waiting to be discovered. #DevEcosystem2021
State of the event industry: the perspective of tech conference organizers and developers
“I don’t think the fundamental reason why people attend conferences has changed or is going to change – it’s about those meaningful connections.”Kevin McDonald, Chief Commercial Officer at Web Summit TL;DR The event industry has had to change significantly to adapt to the pandemic and it is continuing to transform. Globally, all the different entities involved – attendees, speakers, organizers, and sponsors – have had to adjust to this new reality. While preparing JetBrains Connect episode #8, we asked event attendees and organizers about how the industry is tackling these new c
The State of Developer Ecosystem 2021
The results of our fifth annual Developer Ecosystem Survey are in! The report tracks the current trends around various programming languages, applications, tools, frameworks, and even developers’ lifestyles and habits. What’s different about this year’s report is that This year we improved our methodology and extended the survey geography to the whole world! The State of Developer Ecosystem 2021 report is based on the input from 31,743 developers from 183 countries and regions that helped JetBrains map the landscape of the developer community. Here are some interesting findings: JavaScr
Contribute to the Developer Ecosystem 2020 Survey!
At JetBrains, our whole world revolves around software development. It follows naturally that with everything we do, from the tools we develop to the Kotlin language – and even this survey – we have a vested interest in trying to make the lives of developers better. So that we can best serve the community, we ask you to contribute your valuable insights about the development ecosystem by taking this 15-20 minute survey, which is available in 8 languages. As always, we’ll share all the results of this survey, along with our most interesting findings, with everyone at the end. We’ll also pro
Developer Ecosystem Survey 2019: Raw Data Available
To monitor the rapidly changing State of the Developer Ecosystem, we, at JetBrains every year conduct a comprehensive survey to represent the developers in the world. Earlier this year we presented the results of the research in our Developer Ecosystem Infographic. You can find plenty of interesting charts and facts we have carefully prepared for you in it. But imagine, how many hidden insights the data may still contain. The survey consisted of more than 300 questions in addition to the ones presented in the infographic. Now, as usual, we are publicly sharing the raw data of the survey re
Data Science Survey 2018: Raw Data Available
In the spring of 2018, we conducted the Data Science survey where we asked people from all over the world working with data to tell us about their work, tools, and practices. We distributed this survey via targeted ads on Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter to reduce any possible bias in the results towards our JetBrains audience. We collected about 400 sets of responses from the USA, Japan, and China, and used quotas to get another 400 responses from European countries. The main results of the research are presented in our Data Science 2018 infographics. And now we’ve also made the raw data avai
The State of Developer Ecosystem 2019: How the world of code is evolving
Update (August 13th): We’ve published the raw data. Get it! The programming world is growing and evolving. New technologies and tools are constantly emerging, and while some are gaining support and popularity, others are used less and less. We have set out to capture the current state of this ever-changing world. You will find representative answers and interesting facts about the current state of the ecosystem in our report and, maybe, learn something new. Our report covers a wide range of topics, with probing questions about programming languages (now including Rust), Databases, Team too
Python Developers Survey 2018 Results: The community knowledge
In the fall of 2018, the Python Software Foundation together with JetBrains conducted the official annual Python Developers Survey for the second time. Much like the previous survey, we set out to identify the latest trends and gather insight into how the world of Python development looks at the end of 2018. Over twenty thousand developers from more than 150 different countries participated last year to help us map out an accurate, up-to-date landscape of the Python community. That is more than twice as many Python users participating in 2018 as in 2017. We are super-excited to share the re
Developer Ecosystem Survey 2019 is Live. Participate!
Update (August 13th): We’ve published the raw data. Get it! Update (June 11th): We have published the report. Check it out! At JetBrains, we strive to build tools that make developers more productive. To make our tools more relevant and useful for you, we want to know what is happening in the field of software engineering. This is why we are announcing the start of our third Developer Ecosystem Survey 2019. If you’re part of the IT industry, please take the survey to share your experiences. The survey should take about 10-15 minutes and is available in 8 languages. As a token of ou
Data Science Survey 2018 Results By Numbers
Data Analysis, Machine Learning, and AI are rapidly growing in popularity and drawing more and more attention in tech news. How does the data science world look today and how is this industry sector evolving? What types of activities are data scientists primarily involved in? What programming languages and tools are in use? To answer these and many other important questions, last spring JetBrains conducted a Data Science Survey collecting responses from over 1,600 data scientists living in the US, Europe, Japan, and China. We are super-excited to share with you some of our incredible findings